- Nasty C was received GQ's Men of the Year award recently
- The Mzansi rapper also graced the cover of GQ magazine and was named as the youngest person to receive the award and walk away as Musician of the Year accolade
- Mzansi celebrities showered the rapper with congratulatory messages
Mzansi celebrities have showered rapper, Nasty C with congratulatory messages after he won the GQ’s Men of the Year award.
The rapper has had an excellent year, for being a powerful voice and force in the entertainment industry. His success stems from his second studio album, Strings and Bling, which has done well globally.
Nasty C was also nominated for several international awards including Best International Act at the BET Hip Hop Awards and MTV EMA’s.
More recently, he received the GQ’s Men of the Year award. He was the youngest person who ever received this prestigious award and walked away as Musician of the Year accolade.
Nasty C also shared a snap of his cover with GQ Magazine saying how proud he felt about this great achievement on Instagram.
Several celebrities, such as Black Coffee, Zoocci Coke Dope, Sjava, Zulu Mkhathini and Tsholo Matshaba congratulated him.
See some of the comments below:
realblackcoffee: "Congrats King Then there's ⏱piece"
zoocci_coke_dope: "Big Cizzle "
tsholo_matshaba_: ""Legendary" "King" indeed. Well well done.❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️"
zulumkhathini: "GET ‘EM!!"
Meanwhile, three days ago, Briefly.co.za reported that Nasty C's song, SMA is proving to be SA hip-hop’s biggest song in sales this year.
There is no question that Nasty C has proven his status in the SA hip-hop industry. The album, Strings And Bling, was dropped just over a year ago. SMA proved to be the strongest song from the stellar sophomore album, with others singles, like King and Jungle, also receiving plaques.
This has allowed Nasty C to add to the collection on his wall. Briefly.co.za learnt that the Universal Music Group South Africa held the awards ceremony on Wednesday night where they presented deserving artists with plaques for the sales on their music.
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